In our March/April issue, we explore ideas of creative self-determination and examine some of the leading artist-run collectives in the Asia region.
To live in the “state of emergency” as an inevitability, is to live in the state of the revolution.
A decade after No Ghost Just a Shell, Annlee remains trapped in copyright purgatory.
Negotiating a space between demolition and reconstruction.
With an inclination for the unseen and unspoken worlds of women—from female ascetics to the Yamuna goddess, incarnate in the Yamuna River—Chhachhi’s practice gives voice and bears witness to both everyday atrocities and mythological tales.
Wang Guangyi is one of the most recognizable figures on today’s contemporary art stage, globally renowned for his combination of avant-garde art and impressive commercial success.
Cruising past the golden windows of the Sands Macau casino, through the central business district and Vegas-modeled gambling strip, Konstantin Bessmertny swerves his black BMW into a tiny cobblestone road flanked by the coral pink and tangerine facades of old neighborhood apartments.